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    Here’s a detailed guide on gas stations, restaurants, churches and pasalubong centers in Southern Luzon this Holy Week. Don’t miss part 2 on Monday!


    Quezon Restaurants

    •    Kamayan sa Palaisdaan sa Tayabas
    Brgy. Dapdap, Tayabas, Quezon.
    A floating restaurant specializing in delicious Filipino seafood and vegetable dishes.
    Tel no: (6342) 793-3654

    •    Silangan Nayon
    Pagbilao, Quezon.
    Dine in nipa huts set on stilts a few meters into the sea. Delicious meals are delivered via a container made to zipline on a suspended cable across the sea.

    •    Buddy’s Restaurant
    Lucban, Quezon.
    A small, self-serve restaurant with nice ambience that is famous for its noodle dishes like pancit habhab and pancit miki.

    •    Adordo’s Restaurant
    Lucban, Quezon.
    Serves a variety of Filipino dishes like laing, longganisa, barcbecue, pancit habhab, and a selection of food cooked in coconut milk.

    •    Ground Zero House of Pizza
    San Luis St., Lucban, Quezon.
    Famous for its pizza.
    Tel. no: (6342) 540-9615

    •    Giusseppe Bar e Ristorante
    L-2, B-12, Doña Aurora, Gulang- Gulang, Lucena City, Quezon.
    Offers sizzling plates, pastas, and calamari dishes. Bands and singers perform at night.
    Tel. no: (6342) 710-5557

    •    JM Tsuki Japanese Restaurant
    Pleasantville Subdivision, Iyam  Lucena City, Quezon.
    Serves Japanese cuisine.
    Tel. nos: (6342) 373-4886 or (6342) 373-4867.


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